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Strip #219 — Monday, November 4, 2007
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Notes, Thoughts, &c.

Ben's Notes

If you've been taken in by Gavriel's argument that you shouldn't bother voting because one vote won't make a difference, here's something to consider: You can increase the power of your vote by encouraging other people to vote who wouldn't have otherwise. If you're part of a community of people who share some or all of your political beliefs, make sure they're registered to vote. The more active you are, the higher your vote multiplier becomes, and the better your chances of getting a high score.

Lewis's Notes

Fun fact: It was me, and not Ben, who suggested making a joke about the incoherence of voting for the primehood of numbers. From this, we can conclude that Ben, the so-called mathematician, does not believe that it would be foolish to hold elections for what properties are had by various numbers. Let's all join together and remind Ben that mathematics is not a democracy.

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